Holly Lorincz and Brian Tibbetts will lead an e-publishing workshop on Saturday, April 4th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Hoffman Center. Tuition is $165. Click here to register and pay online.
In this intensive one day workshop you’ll learn the necessary steps for self-publication in both ebook and print, and, more importantly, get your novel formatted and uploaded by the end of the day, with a personalized marketing plan in place. Please note, this is for text-only manuscripts (no internal images).
If you take this intensive, one-day workshop, by the end of the day you will have:
- Formatted your novel to ebook and print specifications
- Written an effective title and back cover copy
- Uploaded your professionally formatted manuscript into Kindle and CreateSpace
- Generated a basic marketing platform, with direction on how to build it up
VERY IMPORTANT! In order to take this class you will need:
A completed manuscript, in one Word document (not a pdf), with no internal images.
A basic understanding of how to use the tool bar functions in Word. (If you don’t know how to highlight, or cut and paste, this is not the class for you.)
A laptop with wifi capability.
If you want to have an ebook online by the end of class, you will need:
A professionally formatted bookcover (you will need a Kindle version and a print version).
A title, and a short description (usually same as the back copy), and a short author bio.
If you don’t want to use the free Amazon ISBN numbers, you will have to come with an ISBN from Bowker.
HOLLY LORINCZ is a literary agent with MacGregor Literary, and the owner of Lorincz Literary Services, an editing and publishing company which regularly works with NY Times Bestselling authors, as well as self-publishing authors. She is also an award winning novelist, a nationally recognized speaking coach, and a long-time writing instructor.
BRIAN TIBBETTS, is a literary agent with MacGregor Literary, and a long-time professional writer and editor with a background in real-world marketing and a Master’s Degree in Publishing from PSU.
MEET & GREET
If you are interested in mingling with the faculty the night before, we are offering a no-host bar “mixer” at the Neah-Kah-Nie Bistro on Friday night, from 7 pm to 9ish, April 3. Chip MacGregor will also be available for questions, one of the top selling literary agents in the United States.
If registrants stay at The Inn at Manzanita during the weekend of the workshop, they will receive a 15% discount off a two night stay.